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Honeybee Robotics, Ltd.

Company Information
Address Building 128, Suite 121 63 Flushing Ave Unit 150
Brooklyn, NY, 11205

http://www.honeybeerobotics.com

Information

DUNS: 131364820

# of Employees: 90


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: N

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N

Woman Owned: N




Success Stories

  1. SBIR-STTR-Success: Honeybee-Robotics

    In the search to find extraterrestrial life, one mantra says it all: Follow the water. Wherever water flows on Earth, one can be sure to find life – and that principle may well transcend to other worlds. NASA has been investing in technology that can go beyond what one can assess from the surface;...

Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Planetary Volatiles Extractor for In Situ Resource Utilization

    Amount: $124,422.00

    Under previous SBIR Phase 1, we demonstrated MISME system to TRL 3. This system can be used on Mars, the Moon, as well as Asteroids (a Spider concept with self- anchoring approach was developed). We p ...

    SBIRPhase I2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Free-Flying Unmanned Robotic Spacecraft for Asteroid Resource Prospecting and Characterization

    Amount: $1,137,769.00

    In Phase 2 we will develop a fully integrated, autonomous free-flying robotic system based on a commercial SkyJib quadcopter, and demonstrate flying straight and level to a target location, acquisitio ...

    STTRPhase II2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. The World is Not Enough (WINE): Harvesting Local Resources for Eternal Exploration of Space

    Amount: $123,544.00

    The paradigm of exploration is changing. Smaller, smarter, and more efficient systems are being developed that could do as well as large, expensive, and heavy systems in the past. The 'science' fictio ...

    STTRPhase I2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Lunar Heat Flow Probe

    Amount: $122,650.00

    To accurately determine endogenic heat flow, both thermal gradient and thermal conductivity measurements are needed. The thermal gradient measurement can be achieved by using several temperature senso ...

    SBIRPhase I2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. High Temperature Venus Drill and Sample Delivery System

    Amount: $1,032,848.00

    Under Phase 1, we investigated HT Drill, HT Trencher, and Pneumatic Sample Delivery. We found that HT Trencher and Blower-based pneumatic system won't be feasible or carried high risk associated with ...

    SBIRPhase II2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Pyramid Comet Sampler

    Amount: $1,230,911.00

    During Phase 1, we investigated a number of blade designs for 2, 3, and 4 blade sampler geometries. We found that blades with small apex angles can penetrate harder formations with much lower energies ...

    SBIRPhase II2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Development of a Hermetically Sealed Canister for Sample Return Missions

    Amount: $124,325.00

    The goal of the Phase I is to perform breadboarding and testing of the promising sealing techniques as well as perform a system level study to determine implementation challenges within actual mission ...

    SBIRPhase I2015National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Attitude Control Actuators for Operationally Responsive Space

    Amount: $742,550.00

    ABSTRACT:The 2011 launches of ORS-1and TacSat-4 have demonstrated the feasibility to rapidly deploy spacecraft. These successes and progress on the Modular Space Vehicle, along with standardization (S ...

    SBIRPhase II2015Department of Defense Air Force
  9. Innovative Technologies for Operationally Responsive Space

    Amount: $149,808.00

    ABSTRACT: The 2011 launches of ORS-1and TacSat-4 have demonstrated the feasibility to rapidly deploy spacecraft. These successes and progress on the Modular Space Vehicle, along with standardization ...

    SBIRPhase I2014Department of Defense Air Force
  10. A Generic Cross-Platform Perception API for Unmanned Vehicles

    Amount: $147,456.00

    ABSTRACT: Autonomous vehicles lack a standardized mechanism for seamless cross-platform sharing of testing frameworks and evaluations of basic tasks. The ability to execute common tests on various ha ...

    SBIRPhase I2014Department of Defense Defense Threat Reduction Agency
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